I received two new postcards in the mail today.
Both were from the USA, but one was from the west coast
and the other from the east coast.
I had sent her a picture of our famous Alamo. She said that now she is
sending me a picture of Spokane's most famous building.
This, says Jo, is what is left of a railroad station in downtown Spokane.
The whole area is now a park, site of Expo '74, their World's Fair.
Thank you, Jo. It is a lovely building and park.
I would love to stroll through it!
sent to me by my penpal, Latisha Barker.
This, of course, is Boston Light. It is the oldest lighthouse
in America. When I lived on Cape Cod, I could have visited this lighthouse
many times, but I never did. We lived there before I became
so enchanted with lighthouses!
Thank you, Latisha, and I will write to you soon!